Item IHM.2020.0002 - Town of Indian Head Insurance Map

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Town of Indian Head Insurance Map

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IHM.2020.0002

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(50.5251-50.5424/-103.6557--103.6789)

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  • 1919 (Creation)
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    The Western Canada Fire Underwriters' Association
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    Indian Head (Sask.)

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8 maps

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Was owned by J.Hilton Wilson in 1945. Original from 1919 with revisions from 1928

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Book of 8 street maps with a universal key that together cover the entire town. Inscribed with "J. Hilton Wilson 1949 real estate and Sask G.I.O. agent" Original from1919 but has revisions in it from 1928.

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John (Jack) Hilton Wilson was appointed agent for Saskatchewan Government Insurance in 1949, later also selling real estate. His son, William (Bill) Wilson took over the business in 1964. Jack Wilson operated Wilson's Flour Mill from 1915 to 1925 and was a member of town council 1916-1919 and mayor of Indian Head (1926-1927). While he was mayor in 1927, he hosted Governor-General Lord Willingdon and, later that year, Edward, Prince of Wales and his brother George - both to become King later (See IH History Book p 754).

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Museum Artifact# 1980-2-5

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